Conservatives will take lunches away from 5,097 children in the borough

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I am very alarmed that 5,097 schoolchildren in Kingston will lose out on free lunches, under plans announced in the Conservative manifesto.

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Ed's five point plan for Kingston and Surbiton

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1. Oppose ‘hard’ Brexit

Fight to keep the country in the single market to protect local jobs and the opportunity particularly for young people - to travel and work freely.

 

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Local champion, national voice

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On 1st May 1997 I was first elected MP for Kingston and Surbiton – by just 56 votes.

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The Tory crisis in our NHS

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Ending the Tory neglect of the NHS is the top priority for Ed Davey, Lib Dem candidate for Kingston and Surbiton.

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I'm angry about what the Conservatives are doing to our country

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Barely a week after the starting gun was fired on General Election 2017, Ed Davey is starting to move through the gears. 

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Ed Davey: Quick-fire questions

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We asked Ed some quick-fire questions:

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Ed's fast fact file

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Why I am opposed to Heathrow expansion

In 2006 the Labour Government backed the construction of a 3rd runway at Heathrow, despite strong local opposition. The Liberal Democrats opposed it and made clear in our 2010 manifesto that we would not allow a 3rd runway to go ahead.

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'Homes not Towers' campaign launched

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Kingston Liberal Democrats have launched a ‘Homes not Towers’ campaign to make one last push to stop plans for rows of tower blocks on the Toby Jug site at Tolworth roundabout.

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Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who voted for me in the election - and to the huge number of people who have sent me such kind messages of congratulations.

It is a real honour to be given the chance to represent our area again - especially in these challenging times.

I am currently appointing my staff but I will be available for advice surgeries as often as possible. For an appointment, please call 020 8288 2736 or email contact@eddavey.org.

 

With best wishes,

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